World of Gods Niflheim by Spinmatic claims SlotBeats’ SOTW

SlotBeats ventured deep into the deepest, darkest place in the universe to award Spinmatic Entertainment their Slot of the Week to World of Gods Niflheim.

Venturing into one of the nine worlds of Norse mythology, accompanied by Mighty Hel, Spinmatic’s new five-reel, 10-payline video slot has players seeking to uncover Stacked and random Wilds along with experiencing five differing Free Spin modes. 

Commenting on its official LinkedIn page, the company noted: “Spinmatic takes you to the gods’ world. A new game is out! In this journey, you will see scary vicinities and everything. However, don’t worry, The Mighty Hel will be accompanying you with her crows. Moreover, she will award your encouragement with her special power prizes.”

Within the game, the hel symbol is the stacked wild symbol. She appears fully or partially on the screen. When appearing as a full symbol, she awards the player two random Wilds.

Moreover, when all five Rune symbols appear anywhere on the screen at the same time, the bonus game is triggered. This round consists of 15 undefined runes which the player chooses at random. When three of the same rune symbols are found, free spins are rewarded, depending on the runes.

The first of the five free spins is the jera, this guarantees random Wilds. During this mode, the hel symbol turns into a wild and nudges up or down while giving two wilds. Up next is the ansuz free spins, which consists of low paying symbols being dropped from the reels.

If that wasn’t enough, the title also comes with a dagaz free spins feature. Once activated, all low paying symbols turn into its corresponding high paying symbol. The tiwaz free spins mode includes multipliers. In each round, if a win occurs then it is multiplied. Each winning round multiplier is increased by one. 

The final free spins round is the perthro free spins. During this mode, the Hel symbol becomes wild and stays sticky in the third reel. Further random Wilds may appear during spins.

To play a demo of Spinmatic Entertainment’s World of God Niflheim, click here.